Daily SearchCast, Nov. 9, 2005: Google Ads To Be Test Distributed In Newspapers, Search Personalization Freak Out For Marketers, Google Print Debates On Tap, Survey Of Search Marketers, Avoid A Google Phishing Scam, Google Maps Makes World Too Big & More!

Today’s search podcast covers Google putting its own advertisers in
newspapers, search marketer freak out over search personalization, getting
Google patents on CD, using Google patents to push domain names, upcoming
debates over Google Print’s library scanning program, a flap about Yahoo
rewarding employees for kicking some Google tush, cool comparison charts of
search and portal features at the major players, real time flight checking, a
call for search marketers to be counted in a new survey, avoiding the $400
Google phishing scam, how Google Maps makes the world too big and much more!

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